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Yes, I know the color is called Witching, but for the purpose of my post, since it’s All Saint’s Day, I wrote ‘Witchling.’ I’ve been obsessed with trying to make this color placement look right since I had that MAC makeup assistant do it on me a few months back.

You can see my cute little baby bat here, as well as the blue iridescence in my blush, Gossamer. Also, you can see that I’m still salt soaking my piercings because the cartilidge takes FOREVER to heal. Arg.

Shade Descriptions:
Eerie – a luminous white with a ghostly blue shift sparkled with orbs of pink and aqua
Witching – a grim pearled aqua with a seducting pink shift and deadly fuchsia sparkle
Lost & Lonely – a midnight blue based color-shifter packed with fuschia glitter

Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Sugarpill Tako – all over eye area
Evil Shades Eerie – inner 1/3 of lid, crease and lower lash line, on browbone to highlight
Evil Shades Witching – middle 1/3 of lid, crease and lower lash line
Hi-Fi Lost & Lonely – outer 1/3 of lid, crease and lower lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Zero – lower water line
Physicians Formula Black Gel liner – upper lash line
Smashbox Indigo Ink Pencil – to define brows
Hard Candy 1000 Lashes Primer
Flirt! It Curls Mascara

Evil Shades Blush in Gossamer

L’Oreal Studio Secrets Magic Perfecting Base
Aromaleigh Ultra Resolution Finishing Powder in Clear

e.l.f. Lip Lock
MAC Lip Lacquer in Tongue in Chic
Evil Shades Lip Gloss in Karta – on top of Tongue in chic